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SEWELL — Where else could you see Father Joseph Ganiel, pastor and disc jockey, dancing with parishioners to Tina Turner’s “Proud Mary,” or nuns and youth showing off their moves

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Rosary beads and running shoes

Top photo by James A. McBrideBishop Dennis Sullivan celebrates Mass for worshippers gathered on the grass at Washington Lake Park in Sewell at the iRace4Vocations on April 26. The family-oriented
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Special collection for earthquake victims

Bishop Dennis Sullivan is urging parishes to take up a special collection to aid earthquake victims in Kathmandu, Nepal. Following is the April 29 letter he sent to the priests

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The Bishop’s Schedule

Saturday, May 2 Ordination to the Permanent Diaconate, Mary, Mother of Mercy Parish, Our Lady of Lourdes Church, Glassboro, 10:30 a.m. Pauction 2015, Paul VI High School, Haddon Township, 6:30

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Deacon Anthony ‘Tony’ Como dies at age 86

Anthony “Tony” Como, 86, of Bellmawr, a retired deacon of the Diocese of Camden, died April 21 at Cooper Hospital in Camden. Ordained on Oct. 4, 1981, Deacon Como served

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Sister Mary Peter Damien Mitchell

Sister Mary Peter Damien Mitchell, RSM, former teacher at Our Lady Star of the Sea School, died April 22 at Overlook Hospital in Summit, N.J., at the age of 74.

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A contemporary evangelizer on an ancient one

RICHLAND — Through his many books, Word on Fire blog, and popular YouTube channel, Father Robert Barron has engaged the masses with his commentary on today’s culture as seen through

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Prom night for Catholic Daughters and Arc members

  Adults from the disabled and non-disabled community alike danced the afternoon away at a prom hosted by the Catholic Daughters of America court at Our Lady of Peace Parish

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Talking about faith in the workplace

Jeff Morris of Holy Family Parish, Sewell, is founder and owner of Morris Graphics, a family-run printing company in Woodbury. He is also secretary for the Diocesan Catholic Business Network,

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Take your kid to work

Working in the Cathedral Pantry on Thursday, April 23, Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day, are children of Camden Diocesan employees. From left, Mackenzie Jupin, West Deptford Middle